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Yes I have read paranormal articles on here for a long time, and everything ends up debunked.

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posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 03:57 PM
First things first I believe in a higher power thats it, I don't know if i believe in a afterlife, i am pretty much agnostic, definitely not atheist though.

I really want to believe in paranormal activity, And I know the Forum moderators on here are big fans of the paranormal as well. If I can ask a favour from all you ATS member who do believe, can you please post articles or story's (links included) (has to be legit). I am going to try the whole sha-bang and document every bit of it. Video proof of everything I said i will do will be provided. I just need the people on here to find articles about ANYTHING paranormal, and at least something where I literally don't have to roll my eyes about. Anything from haunted houses, to poltergeist activity, to ET/UT sightings. Anything supernatural as well. Please I really need to get into experimenting into this, And i know the road I am about to walk. Its up to you guys to help me and turn on the green light.

By the way, Mirror Glazing (if anyone has successfully found a way to do this let me know) I have tired everything, Bloddy Marry yadadadada, The whole works. Nothing. If there is some kind of ritualistic method please let me know through post or PM.

Thank you very much and have a wonderful day,


posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 04:06 PM
reply to post by Maddogkull

Searching for something that doesn't exist must feel frustrating and leads to a lesson in futility.

How about the most powerful tool in your disposal being applied....perspective.

Instead of thinking things supernatural let's interject logic regarding what some consider paranormal phenomena.

You've heard of ancient aliens, this concept negates any possibility of ancient aliens being future human time travelers. To rule this out would be rediculous since there have been numerous eyewitness accounts that claim UFO passengers were human.

If you keep up with the news you would know that we're beyond any type of spatial cloak technology, we've graduated towards temporal cloaking. Pretty impressive in regards to hiding an event from registering to observers.

For the superstitious who believe in afterlife ghosts and spirits. The explanation seems to take the magical properties out of the story but my perspective on this matter would be summed up in two words: temporal overlap.

2 seperate measures of what we consider time overlapping in the observers "Now" reality.

Time is an illusion, time as we know it is only the measurements according to a clock.
The only reason why I have this perspective is because of my sig, I've witnessed an event that changed my opinion regarding what I thought I knew.

posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 04:12 PM

Originally posted by Maddogkull
First things first I believe in a higher power thats it

I really want to believe in paranormal activity

Can you explain why you have this urge? To give life meaning? To just make it more exciting than it really is?

and at least something where I literally don't have to roll my eyes about.

How is that possible?

Anything from haunted houses, to poltergeist activity, to ET/UT sightings.

....especially THAT?

By the way, Mirror Glazing (if anyone has successfully found a way to do this let me know) I have tired everything, Bloddy Marry yadadadada, The whole works. Nothing. If there is some kind of ritualistic method please let me know through post or PM.

Is that what we did in 1-3rd grade in school and used each other to make oneself scared?
I guess all it requires is belief and a big scoop of ignorance. Then the ritual will probably come by itself.

Thank you very much and have a wonderful day,

You too!

posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 04:30 PM
You are not going to get anywhere if you are just looking at videos online. You should do some research to find if there are any supposedly haunted locations in your area. Go and look for yourself with your own eyes and ears. Investigate if you can.

....and hardly anything on this website is ACTUALLY debunked. It's all hear say. There is no such thing as proof on the internet. Proof and Internet are words that do not belong in the same sentence together (except in this sentence). Do your own research.

posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 04:32 PM
reply to post by Maddogkull

There is a reason this prize isn't claimed yet.

Paranormal 1 million dollar challenge

posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 04:46 PM
im on the fence with the paranormal stuff.

I did once have something strange happend. My best friends mom died and she always told me she would haunt me if she died because she knew i was scared of ghost and such.

About 1 month after she died i was brushing my teeth, placed my phone on the CENTER of the counter and washed my mouth out and spit back into the sink. DID NOT SPILL because i double checked. I left the bathroom double checking my phone being in the center of the counter. as i walked away, in my head i said, that would be crazy if my phone fell on the floor. 5 seconds later i hear a crash and my phone is on the floor!!! no animals, no one else was home, no windows were open.

IT was my friends mom for sure!
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posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 07:50 PM
Hi. Ok, I know the leader of this group and they are completely legit. They went to McPike's Mansion, which is a nationally investigated location by many of the big names of the ghost hunting community.

Here is the link in case I didn't do the video right.
Evidence Paranormal

I realize a great deal of you enjoy debunking things, but please understand, that the people in this video are real living, feeling individuals who truely believe in this. If you enjoy it, please leave a comment and share.

Thanks so much!

posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 08:34 PM
reply to post by Maddogkull

Well, I am going to the Palmer House in Sauke Centre Minnesota at the end of September.
The Palmer House
I will come back with my own opinion and some pictures and hopefully some EVPs and video to share. It will be my first attempt at a paranormal investigation of some kind, maybe then I can supply you with something.

Anything else, you would just have to take my word for.

Better yet, why not try to do some investigations for yourself?

posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 11:50 PM
reply to post by Maddogkull

Here you go. Have fun.

ETA: Here is a picture of a ghost my cousin took a few years ago. She thinks it is her deceased husband.
The story to this is in the thread somewhere, along with many, many others sharing their experiences with the paranormal.

edit on 7/26/2013 by sled735 because: add pic

posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 11:52 PM

Originally posted by Maddogkull
By the way, Mirror Glazing (if anyone has successfully found a way to do this let me know)

Here is a video that tells you how.

posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 04:19 PM
Why do you need video proof?
They can be tampered with very easily. And if you want picture proof, ....well hello photoshop.
Some of us come here not to show off , but to share experiences and hopefully get an answer to our question: what was it?

When I was living in China I had a nasty ghost following me/ living with me for a few months. Once my cleaning lady gave me 3 goldfish as a gift and the next day when I went shopping and later came back home, I found all 3 gold fish dead on my kitchen floor in a straight line. I knew it was her. ( the female ghost I have been dreaming of), then after a few days, there I am watching tv when I hear a loud crash so I rushed to my kitchen. I found my kitchen cupboard open and my favorite green plate ( yes, my favorite color is green) all smashed on the floor.

I didn't have a camera back then, but I would be wiling , no I would offer to take a lying detector test, to show that everything I am saying actually happened. ( And for those psychics like me who can 'read' , they already know this story and everything I am posting is true.)

I'm sensing you are a very curious soul, you wish to know more, but cannot fathom that there are things you cannot see or explain, therefor call it hogwash and demand evidence. If you walked in my shoes your world would be shattered.

And by the way, spirits don't always show up on pictures ( maybe sometimes as orbs if you are fast and lucky enough), they were living beings before, like us,so they know how to hide.

posted on Jul, 29 2013 @ 05:54 AM
reply to post by Rainbowresidue

You have a very good point about videos and photographs being easily manipulated and therefore not a very good source of 'proof.' One may never be able to believe in things of paranormal nature unless they experience it themselves. However, even if they do experience something, they might easily shrug it off, since experiences can vary so much.

The Normandy Invasion for example: We can read about it and think, "That must have been so brutal for them!" but the individual experiences varied greatly. For instance, on one beach troops walked ashore without a single shot fired at them, while a bit further down the same beach their comrades were being torn up.

Anyways, reading of Rainbowresidue's experiences made me want to share my own.

I can remember being in bed when I was about 5, and looking out the door into the hallway and seeing a ghostly white being that seemed to pace back and forth down the hall. (at some point I dubbed it 'the sentinel') I don't think I felt fear at seeing it, and I don't remember when it ceased to appear.

Around the same age, when I had a bad dream I would blink my eyes until I woke up. One nightmare, I was trying to do as such and heard a voice say something akin to, "That's not going to save you this time." It could have just been part of the dream, but that still bothers me a bit, whatever it was.

When I was young, I wouldn't look at graveyards or the locations where I knew there had been accidents. I could not stand seeing human skulls, and the grey aliens (popular at the time on the TV) also freaked me out.

My grandmother's house was built in the 1800s, I don't know the exact history to it but at one point someone that played football lived there. He had a brain aneurysm and died in the house. One night, my brother, cousins, and I were playing cards in the dining room. I believe they may have been talking about the football player story (as is the wont of older siblings to put a scare in the younger), and we heard a loud crash from the basement below. The next day it was checked out and I believe it was said to have been a brick wall or pile of bricks that had been knocked down.

A few years ago, I was home alone after staying up all night, finally going to bed around 10-11 AM. It was a summer day and several windows were open in the house. I almost always close my bedroom door, so I presumably shut the door and got into bed. Almost immediately, the door flew open with some force. Now, I've been in this house for over five years now, and have never seen my door open inwards like that again, especially when it would have been fully shut or close to it. Needless to say, I was scared stiff. I'm not exactly the most bold individual, so I lay there, facing towards the wall. It almost seemed like there was a 'presence' beside me, and my mind went to the pair of scissors which was resting on the nightstand as if this 'presence' was contemplating to wield them. It also began to feel like something had sat or stood on the bottom of the bed and then was pushing down on my legs.

Eventually the 'presence' seemed to fade and the physical sensations ceased and I mustered up the courage to roll over, figuring if I was going to die, so be it. Nothing. I quickly closed and locked the door, grabbed the only nearby weapon (a replica saber) as if it would do me any good, and eventually went to sleep. A few months back, I felt those physical sensations as if something was sitting on my bed once more. Very freaky.

I have worn a shirt while going to bed for extra warmth - I must move around a lot since my covers are always in disarray. Recently, I woke up feeling as if I had been strangled. It's possible that that morning was the first time in over a decade I managed to move in some way to do that to myself I guess, but seems odd. It also continued to hurt and be sore for quite some time after.

The last incident I can recall happened earlier this year. I had been working on the idea for a short story and decided to implement demons. Coincidentally, or not, after researching them I became afflicted with severe depression. I also experienced two peculiar incidents: the first I had been dreaming one of those surreal dreams where it appears like you are awake. I was searching for someone, and he appeared in the doorway to my bedroom. I woke up with a gasp, felt fear, and stared warily towards my closed bedroom door.

The other, I was sleeping and woke up with a start. My head was turned to the side and I could feel something pressing down on my chest. The first time, I woke up, felt the pushing sensation, then fell back asleep. I awoke again and this time thought to myself something akin to, "I know you're there!" then "Don't look, go back to sleep."

I know not what may have caused my experiences, but I do know they were disturbing and frightening when they occurred.

posted on Jul, 29 2013 @ 06:06 AM

Originally posted by Maddogkull
I really want to believe in paranormal activity,

If you REALLY want to ... you will find it. It's not that hard. Ghosts are everywhere. Every house I've lived in and even some offices I've worked in have been haunted. Tell me what part of the country you live in. I may be able to direct you to some hot spots.

By the way, Mirror Glazing (if anyone has successfully found a way to do this let me know) l

ATS Thread on Mirror Gazing

posted on Jul, 29 2013 @ 06:16 AM

Originally posted by CastleMadeOfSand
There is no such thing as proof on the internet. Proof and Internet are words that do not belong in the same sentence together (except in this sentence). Do your own research.


There are many truths on the internet, but proving them to be true is impossible. I believe in UFOs, ghosts/interdimensional beings and astral travel because of my own experiences which were confirmed by witnesses.

1. Saw a "ghost" hovering above my bed. Next day told a busload of people and one of them claimed to have seen her too. Described her as having "no eyes" which was true.

2. Saw two glowing orbs, one of them was only 200 metres away above a house across the road. Friend was with me at the time. 10 minutes later a military helicopter with no lights came over, turned on its lights and a spotlight and began studying the ground.

3. Told a friend about an astral experience I had the night before. He started smiling and continued my story, even telling me what I was thinking! (He was there too, actually pulled me out of my body).

My advice is to stop looking for "proof". Too many powerful people don't want you to know about these things so you are wasting your time looking for it. You are far better off talking to people you know about their experiences. I talk openly about my experiences and it makes others who hear them feel comfortable enough to talk about theirs. I'd say 50% of all people I talk to have astonishing experiences of their own that they never talk about.

If people think you're not going to believe their paranormal experiences, or worse, you're going to make fun of them, they will never talk to you about them. Remember that.

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